As with many of our facial concerns there are many options, each with their own set of positive and negative attributes.
Short answer, or possibly direct answer:
Your most reliable correction of this would be a carefully planned and executed "direct" browlift procedure. You may need a subsequant laser or dermabrasion of the scar (but frequently not). I have performed many of these over the years in patients of a variety of ages and causes of the asymmetry. Overall, they have been very satisfied with the results!
Thank you for sharing your
question. I can understand how you feel, as I often meet patients at my San
Francisco facial plastic surgery practice who are unhappy with their brow
position. Also, symmetry is an important component of an attractive face, so
it's understandable that this would bother you. However, no one has perfect facial
symmetry, and you are right not to expect perfection.
You do have non-surgical options
to achieve a more balanced look. The skillful use of BOTOX® Cosmetic or Dysport®
and dermafillers can relax and lift the brows where needed. In your case, it
will be important to choose a plastic surgeon who specializes in the use of
these injectables. I invite you to start your journey by exploring my website, where I talk about the art of enhancing the face with fillers.
Complete symmetry will be near to impossible, but you can get near to it. Endoscopic browlift with muscle treatment specially on the left Brow, complemented with Botox to get a more even look,
there is hope for you, find a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon with training and experience in endoscopic Brow lift and discuss your possibilities
Dr. Luis Redondo
You are utilizing your right-sided frontalis muscle more causing this brow to be pulled up more than the left. Botox could be placed to relax your right eyebrow and some on left to slightly raise this side. Sometimes a few cycles of botox given every 3-6 months like this will break the "habit" if one has developed. If you did have nerve damage on the left side causing your left eyebrow not to lift as much then the botox wouldn't undo the damage but could improve the symmetry. A left brow lift could be done, but I think you would appear more relaxed and natural appearing just by trying the botox first. I hope this is helpful and encouraging.